Press sources have been discussing in recent hours the approval of Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, a Liverpool player, to join Saudi league Roshan as a player for Jeddah club Ittihad.
The Saudi Roshen League is currently in a state of controversy, especially with the transfer of many of the top international names in the international leagues to their clubs after Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo opened the door for everyone moving towards victory.
The name of the Egyptian pharaoh has been associated with the Jeddah Union Club for the past few weeks, joining the club during this summer Mercato, especially as it has become a demand from the masses of Al Amid fans and supporters.
Mohamed Salah has given the green light to Ittihad Jeddah to negotiate with Liverpool.
And according to Qatari channel Al-Kass, the Reds striker and Egypt captain told the Saudi brigadier general that he had started talks with his current club, Liverpool, this summer about getting his services.
The Tigers’ offer was reportedly €180m for two seasons, in addition to the £60m Liverpool would receive.
On the other hand, Rami Abbas, the agent of the Egyptian star, denied the news, emphasizing that the Egyptian player continues to red this season.
And earlier.. Abbas posted through his personal account on the social network “X”, earlier on Twitter: “Mohamed Salah is committed to his contract with Liverpool.